The U.S. economy has been strengthening since the recent economic recession. Demand is growing for temporary and permanent workers, which will create good opportunities at staffing and personnel management firms. Many companies are turning away from the traditional employment model by adding more temporary and contract workers in order to increase competitiveness and flexibility—and to reduce their personnel expenses, including benefits, payroll taxes, and other costs associated with hiring permanent employees. The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) reports that the employment services industry is expected to grow at a fast rate through 2024, with approximately 424,800 new jobs projected to be added in the industry during this time period.
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